Marengo Community High School District 154 Student/Parent Laptop Handbook

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1 Marengo Community High School District 154 Student/Parent Laptop Handbook There are six basic goals for the creation of a Digital Learning Environment. To provide each student with a Laptop computer so all students have computer access 24/7. To continue to provide students with up-to-date technology to use as a learning tool. To create a digital learning environment by using the Laptop as an essential tool in the delivery of each student s curriculum and instruction on a daily basis. To improve student s awareness and skill development in using web based resources to increase their achievement, critical thinking and problem solving skills. To teach 21st century literacy skills and extend each student's learning opportunities. To enhance school-home communication through the use of technology. The previously mentioned goals can be summarized in the four reasons, which are in alignment with the new National Educational Technology Standards. 1. To enhance student learning. 2. To develop critical thinking. 3. To improve efficiency. 4. To enhance communication. Laptop Expectations All students are expected to comply with District 154 Acceptable Use Policy regarding computer and network use. The AUP covers student etiquette, obscenities, network use, cyber bullying, and overall personal conduct as it pertains to our District. Students are subject to disciplinary action for inappropriate use of the network and/or the Laptop. General Care Handling Students should always place Laptops away from food and drink. Care should be exercised when plugging in and removing power cords, cables, and external storage devices. Power cables should not be wrapped around the charger when in use. Students should carry their Laptop in the carrying bag which they were given with the Laptop. The Laptop should be kept in the bag except when it is going to be used. 1

2 o Do not put any small things like paper clips, staples or coins or other loose items inside the bag which may accidently get inside your computer. o Do not put anything inside the bag except the computer or you will risk breaking the screen. o Always handle the computer with two hands. Temperature Exposure Laptops should not be exposed to direct sunlight, extreme temperatures, or ultraviolet light for a length of time. Do not leave a Laptop in the car or outside. Such exposure to extreme heat or cold could result in damage. Screen Care Liquid cleaning solution should not be directly applied to the Laptop screen or keyboard. The Laptop screen can be easily damaged if proper care is not taken. Broken screens are NOT covered by warranty. Screens are particularly sensitive to damage from excessive pressure. Do not touch the Laptop screen with anything (e.g., your finger, pen, pencil, etc.) other than approved Laptop screen cleaners. Clean the screen with a soft, dry anti-static cloth or with a screen cleaner designed specifically for LCD type screens only. Never leave any object on the keyboard. Pens or pencils left on the keyboard are guaranteed to crack the screen when the lid is closed. Ventilation Avoid extended use of the Laptop resting directly on your lap. The bottom of the Laptop can generate significant heat and therefore cause temporary or permanent damage. Use a barrier such as a book or devices made specifically for this purpose when working on your lap. Also, avoid lap-based computing while connected to the power adapter as this will significantly increase heat production. Do not use the Laptop with it on a pillow or other soft material that may restrict ventilation. File Management Additions, modifications, or deletion of system files are prohibited. Filtering MCHS complies with the Children s Internet Protection Act using a filtering program while computers are in use at school and NOT outside of school. 2

3 The Laptops do NOT have filtering software on them that protects students while using outside of school, therefore, parents are encouraged to closely monitor student use at home. They are also encouraged to view online resources through the school website if looking for additional monitoring and or security programs. Maintenance and Equipment Problems Damage to the Laptop must be reported to the Help Desk or Technology Office no later than the next school day after the occurrence. o In the event the student Laptop must be left with the Technology Department for repair, a loaner may be checked out to the student. The same rules and procedures that apply to the student issued Laptop, applies to the loaner computer. In the event that equipment is stolen or vandalized a report MUST be filed by the student, parent or legal guardian. o Incidents happening off campus must be reported to the police within 48 hours. o Incidents happening at school must be reported to the Administration Office immediately. o A copy of the report should be brought to the school Help Desk or Technology Office. The cost of basic repairs including labor and parts are as follows but are subject to changes based upon price changes. o Screen -$60 o WiFi Card- $40 o Keyboard- $45 o Motherboard- $200 Printing Students will be allowed access to school printer/copiers from their Laptops, but in the effort to go green, all will be encouraged to print only when it s environmentally necessary to have a hard copy of a piece of work. The printing process may change from time to time. Any printing assistance needed may be received at the Help Desk Security During the school day, a Laptop either needs to be in the direct possession of the student or stored in the designated charging station. Unattended/unsecured Laptops are in danger of being stolen. Each Laptop is labeled and is assigned to a labeled carrying case. This is to ensure that students always have their assigned Laptop. All labeling should remain on the Laptop at all times. Laptops should never be switched from case to case or from student to student. 3

4 Labels may not be removed, modified or unreadable. Any labels that violate this should be reported to the Help Desk immediately for replacement. Students should never share their usernames or passwords at anytime. To reduce the risk of theft or loss of the Laptop, keep it secured where others do not have access to it when it is not with you. o For example, during athletic events, games, practices and trips, store the Laptop in your school locker and arrange to return to school to retrieve it after the activity. o Laptops left in bags, backpacks, or in unattended classrooms or other areas are considered unattended and may be confiscated by school personnel as a protection against theft. o Unattended and unlocked equipment, if stolen even at school will be your full financial responsibility. o Disciplinary action may be taken for leaving a Laptop in an unsupervised or unsecured location. Avoid use in situations that are conducive to loss or damage. o For example, never leave Laptops in vehicles, in the gym, in a locker room, on playing fields or in other areas where it could be damaged or stolen. o If it must be left in a vehicle, Laptops should be kept out of sight and the vehicle should be locked. Be aware that extreme heat or cold can damage a computer. Software/Applications The software installed by the District must remain on the Laptop in usable condition and be easily accessible at all times. Additional software may be added by District 154 for use in a particular class. Students are prohibited from tampering or removing District installed software. Students are encouraged to use Google Documents on their home computers to ensure the greatest compatibility with at school, student documents. Infinite Campus Parent Portal provides parents access to their student s grades, attendance, transcript and schedules. Login information may be obtained from Google Apps for Education provides a web based, e mail system through Gmail which is primarily used for students to sign up for using Google Apps for student projects. Use at School/Home Students are required to have their Laptop at school every day with a charged battery. If your battery will not hold a charge report it to the Help Desk. If a student leaves the Laptop at home, it s the student s responsibility to notify the Help Desk (BEFORE school) for use of a loaner during the school day only. Students will need to return the loaner laptop to the Help Desk at the end of the day failure to do so will result in disciplinary action being taken. 4

5 In the event that a student leaves the District during the school term, the Laptop and all peripherals must be returned to District 154 prior to withdrawal or pay any remaining fees associated to the DLE program. Any fees paid toward the purchase of the Laptop are nonrefundable. Audio Sound will be muted at all times at school unless permission is obtained from the teacher for instructional purposes or ear buds are used with the instructor s permission. Out of consideration for other learners, personal headphones are required for certain tasks. One set of ear buds will be provided to each student. Charging Charging stations will be provided at school. When students take their Laptop home they are to return to school with it fully charged. In special circumstances where use of the Laptop has caused batteries to become discharged during the school day, students may be able to connect their Laptop to a power outlet in class. To ensure proper functioning and longest battery life, Laptops should be shutdown at the end of each class. Content Inappropriate content will not be allowed on the Laptops and is a violation of school policy. Use Students may not lend or trade their Laptops with anyone. Illegal use or transfer of copyrighted materials is not allowed. Responsibility/Liability Students Laptops are subject to inspection or search at any time there is cause to believe the student has violated District 154 Acceptable Use Policy. Laptops may not be used for any inappropriate or illegal purpose. As consistent with the Student Handbook, students are subject to disciplinary action for inappropriate use of the network and/or the Laptop. When in doubt about acceptable uses, ask. The student and parent(s) may be responsible if a Laptop is stolen or damaged due to negligence. Return and/or Collection Over Extended Breaks Laptops may be collected at the end of each school year or during extended breaks for maintenance, updates or other service. 5

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